Know your colours as part of your brand

By Rachel Bashala from MyStylist App They say first impression count, but don’t judge a book by its cover. This is because just like a company you are a brand, and that brand should know...

Opinion: Spiritual poverty

by Yvette Ratshikhopha Consulting Strategist | Entrepreneur | Thought Leader | Life Coach | EA Contributor Yvette, an avid reader and nature adventurer. She is a life coach and NLP practitioner based in Johannesburg. She’s held multiple...

Stampede at Bushiri church leads to the loss of three lives

On 28 December 2018, the congregants of the Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) church led by Shepherd Bushiri filled the Tshwane Events Centre that houses their church to receive final blessings of the year. What...

Walking to reconcile faiths, people and the past

People from various religions will unite on Monday, in celebration of Reconciliation Day on the 16th of December, to participate in the third annual Reconciliation Walk in District Six. At 08:50 participants will gather at...

Opinion: There is no such thing as a negative emotion

by Yvette Ratshikhopha Consulting Strategist | Entrepreneur | Thought Leader | Life Coach | EA Contributor Yvette, an avid reader and nature adventurer, has been a life coach based in Johannesburg for a year now. She's...

Open Streets: exploring a new normal

With fuel prices at an all-time high during Transport Month, many might appreciate what will happen in Woodstock on 28 October 2018. Open Streets will declare a particular street closed off to cars but...

A secret restaurant hidden in Oranjezicht

Philippa and Graham Oldfield had always loved the building that now houses their new restaurant Bao Down. Tucked away on a quiet avenue in Oranjezicht, Cape Town, the space was the perfect fit for...

Delaying aging through play

Gone are the days of generic aerobics and bad-for-the-knees treadmills. With things like FitKey, CrossFit, Krav Maga, and Hot Yoga, to name a few, exercise has become much more adventurous. However, we’re not here...

To the Tea at Ka Pa Tee

The cold front passing over Cape Town was making good on its threat to drench us in heavy rainfall when we spilled into Ka Pa Tee. Tucked away right in the heart of the...

The Refugee Food Festival in Cape Town

Local restaurants and venues in Cape Town have opened up their doors to the skilled chefs of the Refugee Food Festival (RFF). It is the first time the festival is taking place in Cape...

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